Progressive media icon Fast Company has long been for covering news from the leading edge of innovation, whether it’s technology, design, or life as it affects concerned consumers. Now, the company has released an anthologized book of some of its most creative content, relying on the power of ebook development and distribution platform Vook for the finished product.
Hacking Hollywood: The Creative Geniuses Behind Homeland, Girls, Mad Men, The Sopranos, and More, edited by Fast Company senior writer Chuck Salter, is a collection of some of the best that Fast Company has had to offer, crawling up out of the dark of its archives to be assembled in this complete collection. Vook, already well-known for working with other media giants like The New York Times and Wall Street Journal to do much the same concept with their older content, built the interactive ebook.
“Our team members are avid readers of Fast Company,” said Matt Cavnar, Vook’s VP of Business Development, in a press release, “and we were pleased to see some of our favorite articles in the ebook. It’s an honor to work with one of the leading publications on innovation and business to help them create excellent business ebooks.”
“Ebooks are a terrific format for thematic compilations like Hacking Hollywood”, continued Fast Company editor Robert Safian. “These stories are so fun, and also instructive. Working with Vook to bring this together was a no-brainer.”
The ebook, with stories and interviews from some of the most well-known names in Hollywood from both in front of the camera and behind it, is available now for $2.99 from most major digital retailers, with several more platforms being added in the coming week.